Seeking a Data Solution That Works

Seeking a data solution that works for your district team can be difficult, no matter the size of your district. In previous blog entries, we’ve […]

2019 Horizon Report Higher Education Edition

The finalized 2019 Horizon Report Higher Education Edition (from library.educause.edu) was just released on 4/23/19. Excerpt: Key Trends Accelerating Technology Adoption in Higher Education: Short-Term—Driving […]

Episode 135 Trends for April 13-23: Online Teaching & Learning, Hardwar & Software, Security & Citizenship, and Instructional Design & Curriculum

We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that include April 13-23, 2019 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. We […]

Reflections on “Bad bargain: Why we still ask kids to factor polynomials and how we fix it.” [Vander Ark] Or, are our educational systems set up like this stop sign?

Bad bargain: Why we still ask kids to factor polynomials and how we fix it — from gettingsmart.com by Tom Vander Ark Excerpt: OK, we […]

Five key trends for professional and continuing education leaders in the next five years [Schroeder]

Five key trends for professional and continuing education leaders in the next five years — from evolllution.com by Ray Schroeder Excerpts: Higher education is on […]

One-Fourth of K-12 Math Instruction Occurs Digitally, Survey Suggests

Print is still popular, and math teachers still want time for direct instruction and group work, according to market-intelligence firm Simba Information.

Learning Thursday #5: Overcome Your Blended Learning Phobia

Learning Thursday is a blog series that features a new L&D article every other week along with discussion points.  Read and then share your own ideas […]

From DSC: If you think teaching and learning is easy, I dare you to try these 3 things!

From DSC: For anyone out there who thinks that teaching and learning is easy and who agrees with the uninformed saying that goes “Those who […]

LinkedIn 2019 Talent Trends: Soft Skills, Transparency and Trust [Bersin]

LinkedIn 2019 Talent Trends: Soft Skills, Transparency and Trust — from linkedin.com by Josh Bersin Excerpts: This week LinkedIn released its 2019 Global Talent Trends research, a […]

Two articles regarding Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the K-12 classroom

Online curricula helps teachers tackle AI in the classroom — from educationdive.com by Lauren Barack Dive Brief: Schools may already use some form of artificial […]

Meet the Teacher: Robert Lewis

Congratulations to Robert Lewis, the You Make a Difference Award winner for last month. In this post, we highlight one of our wonderful social studies […]

Reflections on “Cut the curriculum” [Richardson; K-12 focused]

Cut the curriculum — from willrichardson.com by Will Richardson Excerpt: Here’s an idea: A Minimal Viable Curriculum (MVC). That’s what Christian Talbot over at Basecamp is […]

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